Thursday, 9 April 2009

Let Us Break Bread Together on Our Knees

Today is Maundy Thursday when Christians gather together to celebrate

the Lord 's Supper or Holy Communion.

The night before His crucifixion Jesus instituted a family reunion Lord 's Supper.In this memorial service believers may participate together in the most meaningful,the most intimate form of worship.

In the evening I will go to a Communion service and I will try to get a video and update this post.

11 Fertilize my soul:

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Hope it is a great day for ye, Amrita! Looking foward to any additional posts, I always so enjoy your writing.

Sita said...

Amrita,
Years ago when the Charismatic movement began very strongly in Trinidad, I remember this song on guitar sung by the school choir. (I went to a Catholic school).

Such wonderful words. Thanks for sharing.
Love, Sita

Sita said...

Amrita, have linked to your post from mine, so we can on different sides of the continent 'break Bread together'... as a global community of believers...
my link:
http://sitahenderson.blogspot.com/2009/04/let-us-break-bread-together.html

Denise said...

Breaking bread.......... Partaking in the broken body of Christ..... We celebrate........ HE took the pain and freed us of our past and gave us hope for our future..

Paresh Palicha said...

Thanks for helping me Sister :-)

Julie said...

Beautiful song.

Jan said...

Resurrection celebrations don't really happen too much around here in Mexico, as a backlash to Catholicism's events. I miss having Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, & Easter services!

Amrita said...

Thank you my dear frinds. I did a post communion entry with some photos.

Yeah Sita i sang that song in Easter musical recitals in a choir conducted by the late Presbytarian missionary and ediucator Erica Harper

FrankandMary said...

I was invited to a dinner tonight and tomorrow also ~Christian friends who are celebrating -worshiping. This is a very meaningful week for many and I hope you are spending the time with your loved ones. ~Mary

madison said...

Our church did that on Wednesday. They figured with so much going on it was easier to combine things.
Have a wonderful, calm, and peaceful week.

Crown of Beauty said...

Together with you and Sita, and I hope a few others will follow, I posted this beautiful song on my blog too. I want to a Catholic school run by Belgian nuns, and we would always sing this with our young "angelic" voices. This song is so meaningful to me too!